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    Programs that help participants develop or refine their communication skills, usually by focusing on communication in a particular context, e.g., helping parents communicate with their children, helping professionals communicate with their clients and so forth. Training may emphasize active listening skills, problem-solving skills, conflict resolution techniques, body language, empathy, sensitivity to the values and/or cultural background of others, genuineness and other facets of the communication process.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    BUSINESS SKILLSOffers business skills courses such as: Medical Billing/Invoicing; ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding; Dare to Be Powerful: Influential Assertive Communication Training for Business; Conflict Management: Make Your Anger Work For You, Not Against You!; Small Business Accounting and Record Keeping; Advanced ICD-10/CPT Coding; Current Procedural Terminology Coding; Resume Writing And Effective Strategies To Assist In The Job Search Process; Practical Guide For A New Investor and Small Business Branding And Marketing. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauBUSINESS SKILLSNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMAssists individuals who are deaf-blind in learning daily living and communications skills. Assesses individual's mobility and vision needs providing both training and customized mobility tools. Provides vocational assessment, job readiness training and job placement. Refers individuals to appropriate government programs and services. Services are provided in individuals' homes, work sites and communities.NassauCOMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMHELEN KELLER NATIONAL CENTER FOR DEAF-BLIND YOUTHS AND ADULTS (HKNC)
    CREATIVE RESPONSE TO CONFLICT INC.Conducts a variety of workshops for people of all ages. School-based workshops include staff development workshops, in-classroom workshop, bias awareness, bullying, problem solving, and a three-day peer mediation training workshop for students. Community-based workshops are conducted for community, organizations, hospitals, and religious organizations that work with children and young adults. Conflict Resolution for Facilitators Workshop provides participants with conflict resolution training skills. Nurturing Inclusive Community Environment (NICE) is an emotional support program designed to end school violence and encourage academic success in a safe, peaceful learning environment. The CRC Elder Concerns gives support in the decision making process regarding health concerns and the transition to assisted living or nursing homes. Other services are also available, such as in-service course credits, mediation services, response to bullying workshops, a leadership and social justice day camp, LGBTQQ workshops, and a re-entry support program for formerly incarcerated parents and their children.CREATIVE RESPONSE TO CONFLICT INC.CREATIVE RESPONSE TO CONFLICT INC.
    DIAGNOSTIC AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERSServices include: Comprehensive autism diagnostic evaluations (for toddlers, children, adolescents and adults); Individualized psychotherapy (for children, adolescents, and adults with high-functioning ASD); Social skills groups (for all ages); and Milieu Communication Therapy (a language intervention focused on building prelinguistics and overall functional communication). The institute also is committed to providing ongoing support for family members and caregivers of children with ASD. These services include individualized counseling, outreach support, education about the needs of children with ASD, and assistance in utilizing community resources. The institute is also working on developing support groups for siblings of children and adults with ASD. In addition to the services provided, the institute is also active in a number of different research programs. Currently, the clinic is conducting a study on the effectiveness of Milieu Communication Therapy (MCT) in young children with ASD. MCT utilizes a naturalistic approach to improve nonverbal (such as, reaching, pointing, eye contact, vocalizations, etc.) and verbal communication in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Intervention is individually tailored to each child’s play interest to maximize their motivation and increase their likelihood of making gains. There are also ongoing studies on the effectiveness of social skills intervention for children with ASD; the potential auto-immune connection for children with ASD; and possible Etiological relationships among the more than 100 families the institute has served thus far. Call for more detailed information.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
    EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMDesigned to provide the opportunity of a college education to capable students who are historically disadvantaged due to limited financial resources and inadequate academic preparation. EOP students are provided ongoing support services and resources to help insure their collegiate success. Once admitted to the college via EOP, students have access to a myriad of services including but not limited to academic, pre-professional and personal counseling; tutoring; workshops; advocacy; and supplemental financial support. The Educational Opportunity Program is committed to excellence and seeks students who are truly motivated and willing to work hard to achieve their goals. Eligible students for the EOP program are students who are: Students who are residents of New York State; Students who have a high school diploma or its equivalent; Students who do not meet the regular admissions requirements of SUNY Farmingdale, but fall within the range of EOP standards and demonstrate academic potential; Students who are historically disadvantaged and meet the economic guidelines of eligibility as established by the Office of Special Programs in Albany and Students of all ethnic origins. For more details, please contact the EOP office directly. SuffolkEDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    INSTITUTE FOR PARENTINGWas established to help ensure the mental health and well-being of young children and developing families by strengthening the capacity of parents and others who influence the lives of 0-5 year olds to provide nurturing, developmentally appropriate environments within a culturally sensitive framework. The Institute for Parenting provides programs for parents that include assessment, treatment, parenting education for young and developing families. Sample programs include: Therapeutic Parenting Services; Nassau County Babies Can’t Wait; Nassau County Closer to the Crib and The “I’m Here for You Now” Book Project. Sample Training programs include Master’s Program in Infant Mental Health Developmental Practice; Post Master’s Training Program in Parent Education and Parent Guidance and Post Master’s Training Program in Parent-Infant Mental Health and Trauma. Also offered are Continuing education workshops Courses and workshops vary each semester. Call for more detailed information regarding all the programs offered.NassauINSTITUTE FOR PARENTINGADELPHI UNIVERSITY
    REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH-SPEAKERS BUREAUProvides programs on reproductive health issues and related topics. Promotion of health and prevention of teenage pregnancy are its goal. Programs are prepared by health professionals. Topics include anatomy and physiology of the reproductive health system, dating relationships, decision making, female and male reproductive health, fetal alcohol syndrome, HIV/AIDS education, human growth and development, parent child communication, parenting myths and realities, parenting skills for parents and grandparents, pre-conception education, puberty education, reproductive health choices, self esteem, sexually transmitted diseases, substance abuse in pregnancy, teenage pregnancy-myths and realities, and women's health issues. Program available to community groups, schools, and health centers.SuffolkREPRODUCTIVE HEALTH-SPEAKERS BUREAUSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-HEALTH EDUCATION
    SUMMER LEADERSHIP PROGRAMSProvides opportunity for teens to participate in programming covering topics that will help them become well-rounded leaders, including leadership training, opportunities and challenges, Judaic studies, arts and culture and ambassador opportunities. Call for more information.NassauSUMMER LEADERSHIP PROGRAMSB'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION-NASSAU SUFFOLK REGION
    TEACHING STUDENTS TO BE PEACEMAKERSA program designed to teach all students negotiation and mediation skills. Helps students to implement a peer mediation program to help regulate and control their own actions. Focus: elementary school, middle school, secondary school, post-secondary programs.TEACHING STUDENTS TO BE PEACEMAKERSTHE COOPERATIVE LEARNING INSTITUTE
    WOMEN'S COALITION OF THE MILLENNIUMThis fee based organization provides various workshops to individuals, schools, and private industry. Workshops may include self-esteem, career, counseling, resume and interviewing techniques and job search strategies.NassauWOMEN'S COALITION OF THE MILLENNIUMWOMEN'S COALITION OF THE MILLENNIUM

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